Did you know the best enders are located in the smallest looking of rushing white water? I find the place where the water is rushing between the rocks without many air bubbles and drop the nose of my kayak in where the water is rushing through that space. When I do this almost always the pressure of the water will push the boat down to where I go from sitting in the boat to standing on the foot pegs or bulk head foot rest. Once the kayak is vertical in the water, I take my paddle and make a sweep through the water to make the boat spin. Check out this book on Kayaking by an olympic kayaker. href="https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/237093?ref=RyanGlenn"> ">
I love the feel of the cool quick rushing water of a creek that is flowing fast. In the creek you have to learn to read the water and determine how deep the line you are planning to run is otherwise if it's not deep enough your beached. I have found that if you can navigate a creek and learn the technicals within it you can run about any whitewater since creeks have many underlying obstacles that you can't see above water but, that you will learn as you learn to read the water and determine your line to run the creek the safest and with the most thrill.